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21 Jul 19
Google News

Review: Apple’s 2019 13-inch MacBook Pro is an excellent, inexpensive workhorse  AppleInsider Apple’s new MacBook Air vs. a 1960s typewriter: Keyboard comparison  Business Insider This week’s top stories: iOS 13 changes, iPhone 11 dummy units, new emoji, and more  9to5Mac New Apple MacBook Pro vs Air (2019) Face-off: We Pick the Winner  Laptop Mag Apple’s new MacBook Air, MacBook […]

21 Jul 19
Google News

Review: Apple’s 2019 13-inch MacBook Pro is an excellent, inexpensive workhorse  AppleInsider Apple’s new MacBook Air vs. a 1960s typewriter: Keyboard comparison  Business Insider New Apple MacBook Pro vs Air (2019) Face-off: We Pick the Winner  Laptop Mag This MacBook Pro is the best bang for the buck!  AppleInsider Apple’s new MacBook Air, MacBook Pro score high marks with […]

21 Jul 19
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21 Jul 19
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Apple has extended its keyboard replacement programme to all MacBooks with butterfly keys, free of charge. Here’s what you need to know. What’s wrong with Apple’s butterfly keyboards? In 2015,…

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21 Jul 19
9to5Mac
In this week’s top stories: iPhone 11 dummy units, iOS 13 developer beta 4 and public beta 3, MacBook Air SSD speeds, and more. Read on for all of this week’s biggest stories. Apple last week gave the Retina MacBook Air an update, adding True Tone and dropping the price by $100. This week, new details have emerged suggesting that the new MacBook Air also has a slower SSD compared to the 2018 model. Testing shows that the 2019 MacBook Air can attain read speeds of 1.3 GB/s read and 1 GB/s write performance. The equivalent 256 GB SSD 2018 MacBook Air could top 2 GB/s read and around 0.9 GB/s write speeds 9to5Mac’s Jeff Benjamin went hands-on with iPhone 11 dummy units this week, offering our clearest look yet at the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Max, and iPhone 11R. The video offered a close up look at the new camera bump, but some details still remain a mystery, such as the rumored “frosted glass” design. Watch the video here. Apple this week released the third public beta of iOS 13 as well as the fourth developer beta. These updates include tweaks to the Home screen design, interface changes to Photos and the Share Sheet, and more. Read our full roundup of all of the changes here. In celebration of World Emoji Day, Apple has teased all of the new emoji coming to iOS this year. There are 59 new emoji coming to iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple Watch this fall, including new disability-themed options, a major update to the “Holding Hands” emoji, and more. These and the rest of this week’s top stories below. iOS | macOS | tvOS | Apple releases iOS 13 developer beta 4 What’s new in iOS 13 developer beta 4? Apple releasing third public beta of iOS 13 to users today Apple Card launch likely imminent as Apple releases iOS 12.4 beta Apple teases nearly 60 new emoji coming to iOS and Mac this fall [Gallery] Apple releases fourth beta of macOS Catalina to developers Apple releases fifth developer beta of macOS Mojave 10.14.6 iPhone | iPhone loyalty falls to all-time low, new report suggests More support emerges for idea that 2020 iPhones will use 5nm chips Bluetooth flaw allows iPhones, iPads, Macs, Apple Watch, and more to be tracked Digitimes: time-of-flight 3D sensor coming to rear camera in 2020 iPhone Report: Apple reduces number of factory secrecy staff, cracking down on CAD schematics leaks Mac + iPad | The new, cheaper, MacBook Air includes ~35% slower SSD compared to 2018 model Apple pushes second silent macOS update as it battles Zoom webcam hijack vulnerability Top Apple stories, retail | A comprehensive guide to the modern furnishings of Apple Store Boardrooms San Mateo Apple Store planning expansion to Hillsdale Shopping Center North Block Apple Watch | Apple Watch prompts potentially life-saving heart surgery for 48-year-old dad watchOS 6: How to update software directly on Apple Watch Using Peloton bikes and treadmills with Apple Watch, Music, and Health Apps | Viral FaceApp raises concern about how personal photos are being used Democrats warn presidential candidates, call for FBI to investigate FaceApp Office 365 banned from German schools, Google Docs and iWork also ruled out [U] Instagram expands change that removes like counts, Twitter starts testing ‘Hide Replies’ Spotify iOS app for iPad now features support for Split View and Slide Over Sky: Children of the Light now out for iPhone, iPad – Apple TV and Mac later Accessories | Apple Store selling exclusive Satechi USB-C Multiport Pro Adapter, new Native Union wireless chargers and more ElevationLab unveils robust ‘FamilyCharger,’ powers five devices incl. Lightning and USB-C Withings launches BPM Core blood pressure monitor with ECG, works with Apple Health Belkin expands Boost Up lineup with iPhone wireless chargers for home and the car New Mophie wireless charging pad, car chargers, and more at select Apple Stores Tech industry | Verizon defeats AT&T for best LTE in network study, T-Mobile tops network speeds Verizon cruises to best overall US carrier title in new study, AT&T comes in second Study reveals the most popular emoji in honor of ‘World Emoji Day’ Hotspot device lets iPhone owners experience 5G right now Top Apple stories, company | Apple moving into new ‘futuristic tower’ office building in Vancouver [Gallery] Report: Israeli surveillance tool can silently collect all iCloud data for a targeted user Apple files trademarks for Apple Card in the UK, Hong Kong, and elsewhere Goldman Sachs CFO talks Apple Card risk as summer US launch looms Subscribe to 9to5Mac’s YouTube channel for more videos. This week’s top videos | Hands-on: iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Max, and iPhone 11R dummy models [Video] Review: 2019 entry-level MacBook Pro with Touch Bar and Touch ID [Video] 9to5Mac Daily | Listen to a recap of the top stories of the day from 9to5Mac. 9to5Mac Daily is available on iTunes and Apple’s Podcasts app, Stitcher, TuneIn, Google Play, or through our dedicated RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players. 9to5Mac Daily: July 19, 2019 – iCloud surveillance tool, 2020 iPhone processors 9to5Mac Daily: July 18, 2019 – Netflix vs Apple TV+ and more 9to5Mac Daily: July 17, 2019 – Apple supply chain secrecy, iOS 13 beta 4 9to5Mac Daily: July 16, 2019 – Apple funding original podcasts 9to5Mac Daily: July 15, 2019 – MacBook Air SSD speeds, Prime Day 2019 9to5Mac Watch Time | 9to5Mac Watch Time is a brand new seasonal podcast series hosted by Zac Hall. Over the next three months, we’ll talk to real people about how the Apple Watch is affecting their lives. In the second episode of our new Watch Time podcast, my personal fitness coach Jacob Knight and I talk about his role in helping me explore new forms of fitness with the Apple Watch, the benefits of starting an exercise streak, his experience with both losing weight and building muscle, and an unlikely marathon he ran in December with the Apple Watch. 9to5Mac Watch Time is now available on Apple Podcasts, Overcast, and your favorite podcast player through RSS. Subscribe now to enjoy our teaser trailer and hear new episodes as soon as they drop — starting next week. https://9to5mac.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/6/2019/07/9to5Mac-Watch-Time-07-17-2019.mp3 Happy Hour Podcast #234 | This week Benjamin and Zac talk more about the updated MacBook Air and MacBook Pro, news around Apple TV+ and the upcoming streaming video service, new emoji coming in iOS 13, the latest iPhone 11 rumors, changes in iOS 13 beta 4, and much more. 9to5Mac Happy Hour is available on iTunes and Apple’s Podcasts app, Stitcher, TuneIn, Google Play Music, or through our dedicated RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players. https://9to5mac.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/6/2019/07/9to5Mac-Happy-Hour-07-19-2019.mp3 Stacktrace Podcast #45 | How to decide when to cut a feature from a project, what could the refreshed MacBook lineup tell us about the future of Apple’s laptops, and how is the current state of Apple’s betas affecting third party developers? Also, why on Earth did Rambo buy a 2008 MacBook?! Stacktrace by 9to5Mac is available on iTunes and Apple’s Podcasts app or through our dedicated RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players. Apple @ Work | Apple @ Work is a weekly series from Bradley Chambers covering Apple in education. Bradley has been managing Apple devices in an education environment since 2009. Through his experience deploying and managing 100s of Macs and 100s of iPads, Bradley will highlight ways in which Apple’s products work at scale, stories from the trenches of IT management, and ways Apple could improve its products for students. Introducing Apple @ Work, a new 9to5Mac series covering Apple in the enterprise Apple @ Work: Top 3 mistakes Apple IT managers make [Video Webinar] Apple @ Work: When to deploy macOS Catalina, iOS 13, and iPadOS 13 Apple @ Work: IoT devices face security problems that must be addressed Subscribe to get all 9to5Mac’s stories delivered to your inbox daily. 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21 Jul 19
Tea'dious

I’ve been thinking about technology a lot lately. Over the years I have accrued a sensible amount of devices, and if you include the other devices in my home, I don’t really want for anything. On my desk sits my 2011 iMac – with its recently upgraded ram keeping it more than usable 8 years […]

21 Jul 19
Metro
Buchi wrote several novels and articles about life in Britain (Picture: @ThamesTv/YouTube) Buchi Emecheta is the latest author to be celebrated as part of a Google Doodle. She is a celebrated writer in both the UK and Nigeria after writing several books about her life as an immigrant single mother living in London. Buchi faced several struggles while trying to raise her five children, while working, getting an education and writing novels based around her life in Britain. Over time she became a well-respected writer and an influential figure, and she was recognised as being among the top 100 women who changed the world by BBC History Magazine in 2018. Who is Buchi Emecheta? Buchi was a writer who was born in Nigeria in 1944, and after originally being prevented from attending school, she persuaded her parents to let her attend an all-girl’s missionary school. She was able to earn a full scholarship before marrying Sylverster Onwordi, who she had been engaged to since she was 11. After giving birth to two children her husband and the family moved to the UK so that he could attend university in London, and Buchi ended up having five children across six years. Buchi has been celebrated in today’s Google Doodle (Picture: Google Doodle) She left her husband after while she was pregnant with her fifth child and studied at the University of London to earn a degree in Sociology. She had started to gain attention when she wrote about life as a black woman living in Britain, including a regular column in the New Statement. She later released a collection of the articles in 1972 as In The Ditch, which was her first published book. Her second book was called Second-Class Citizen and it was published just two years later. [metro-zone-post-strip] While writing several other novels during the 19070’s, she worked as both a library officer and then a youth worker in London. She then toured across the UK and America to deliver lectures and work as a professor for several universities. Following her death in 2017, her son Sylvester formed The Buchi Emecheta Foundation, which is a charity that promotes educational projects in both the UK and Africa. During her life she published fifteen novels, as well as an autobiography about her life called Head Above Water, she also wrote several articles, plays and children’s books. [metro-link url=”https://metro.co.uk/2019/07/10/apple-kills-off-macbook-can-choose-air-pro-10146233/” title=”Apple kills off ‘the Macbook’ so you can only choose an Air or a Pro”] [metro-link url=”https://metro.co.uk/2019/07/19/stadia-not-netflix-games-says-google-like-ps-plus-10427041/” title=”Stadia is not Netflix for games says Google, it’s like PS Plus”]
21 Jul 19
MarkLeo.Net

Over the past couple of months, I got a MacBook Pro 13-inch 2017 base model to use at work. It came with 256Gb of storage space and sports 8Gb of 2133MHz DDR3 RAM and two Thunderbolt ports. Recently Apple has discontinued this model by giving all MacBook Pro models their touch bar which sort of […]

21 Jul 19
Arcynewsy

Nach massiven Spekulationen über ein Einsteiger-Notebook von Apple war es am 21. Juli 1999 soweit: Auf der Keynote-Bühne zur Eröffnung der Macworld-Konferenz in New York stellte Steve Jobs das i book vor, Apples ersten Consumer-Laptop. Nach Vorbild des iMacs war das Plastikgehäuse rundlich und eingefasst von einer bunten Gummihaut, wahlweise in Tangerine (Orange) oder Blueberry […]

21 Jul 19
The Fat Hobbit's Tech Blog

Now I’m not a diehard Apple fan nor am I an Apple hater. I fall somewhere in the middle when it comes to Apple products. I have no issues chatting about Apple hype or criticizing some of Apple’s more controversial choices and tactics. I wanted to talk a little about choosing from Apple’s current 2019 […]

21 Jul 19
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